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Nasir Jamshed, the alleed main accuse of Pakistan Super League (PSL) spot-fixing scandal has threaten to take Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to court for maligning his name.

In a video posted on social media, the cricketer challenged PCB anti-corruption unit to place whatever evidence they had in public domain.

"Rather than maligning my name, I urge PCB to offer the evidence and I challenge them to bring all the evidence in public, said Jamshed adding that there is something called professionalism and with all this my personal life is being affected. I have already consulted my lawyer and we want to challenge this and are willing to take PCB to court over this."

He also alleged that the board was pressurising players to testify against him.

"PCB is being unfair with me as they are pressurising players and asking them to testify against me," Jamshed said.

The board believes the 27-year-old left-handed opener is a central figure in the corruption allegations stemming from the second edition of the PSL.

He was arrested by the UK's National Crime Agency (NCA) on the same day that he was provisionally suspended by the PCB, though he was later released on bail.

This is Jamshed’s second post since being implicated in corruption allegations.

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